Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Takes Off with 3D Printed Parts from Windform Materials

FLYING-CAM began the close range aerial filming concept in the 1970s, leading the way with its Flying-Cam II.  

Today, FLYING-CAM continues to innovate in the field with the state-of-the art Flying-Cam 3.0, also known as SARAH (Special Aerial Response Automatic Helicopter).

The Flying-Cam 3.0 SARAH is an electric VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) featuring 25 Kg TOW and 30 minutes flight time with a 5 Kg payload.

Incorporating efficient aerodynamics, innovative flight modes and modular interchangeable payloads, the SARAH has now reached production stage after a close collaboration with CRP Group.

The first Flying-Cam Airframe Structure was made with composite molded material.  FLYING-CAM moved to SLS technology in collaboration with CRP Group in order to accelerate the iterative process, reduce manufacturing time and facilitate production. It also allows for easier customization of the platform.

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